By Deanna Bonaparte
Google has experienced rapid growth since it was first conceived in 1996 and its success has triggered a chain of products, acquisitions and partnerships beyond its core search engine business. In fact, the reach of Google is such that it has even muscled its way into our daily vocabulary. If the tech behemoth has its way, the answer “Google it” will be the standard reply to almost any question for a long time to come.
Earlier this year, Google made plans to build 100 to 200 prototypes of a driverless car without a steering wheel, gas or brake pedals, and with only an on/off switch button for ignition. Instead, the car would have intelligent sensors and software to steer clear of accidents and other obstacles. While driverless cars may still seem a lot like something straight out of a science-fiction movie, technologies such as this could mean a great deal for the city of the future – and for tomorrow’s workplace. (Read More Here!)